Last updated: September 13, 2017

What Advice Would You Give Your Dad?



I’ve got another fun scenario I’d like to pose to my readership.  Thanks, all, for contributing last time.

Let’s say your dad is somewhere between 45-55 years old.  Your mom was his first and only love.  They got married “young” – somewhere in the mid 20s to early 30s.  Now, though, they’re getting a divorce.

Your mom is taking him to the cleaners – very much the typical scenario.  You know he will spend the rest of his life working to pay for the lifestyle he originally built her.  Shackled to his desk at his corporate job, just to barely make ends meet.

Granted, you love your mom; but you can’t help but feel deeply sad and worried for the man who raised you.

You know he’s getting the short end of the stick.

Knowing what you know about the dynamics of male/female relationships, and equipped with all of the mighty red pill knowledge…

What advice would you give to your dad?

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  1. While I can’t imagine this happening in my parent’s life… I think my first piece of advice would be for him to find something he loves to do and do a lot of it (my Dad’s would be woodworking or house flipping).
    Develop some kind of good hobby, or habit. Something to keep him focused on anything other than the loss, divorce, financial rape he is going through.

  2. I would advise my Dad to either:

    A) Lawyer up right away – bring out the big heavy guns and roll out swift and overwhelming force before her machinations pick up steam. I would assist in any way I could including choosing to live with him and trying to convince my siblings that to do the same.

    B) If that was not possible or otherwise unfeasible, I’d give my father the RVF link and tell him to GTFO while he still has his passport. Hell, maybe I’d give him the RVF link anyway (and ask for advice on the forum).

    In either case, I’d disown my mother and discontinue contact with her as soon as the divorce proceedings concluded in some manner.

    My parents have been together for 28 years, so I am not so worried. But I told my parents when I was younger that if they ever got divorced, I’d disown the parent that started it, for breaking up the family.


  3. Pray, lawyer up, and do whatever you can to not grow in despair. I’d tell him I have his back and will help him in any way I could.

  4. This scenario happened to my dad. He did well: got fired during the divorce, which allowed him to give less money to my mom. They settled by him letting go his half of the house and not pay anything in the future.

    He started building his own company. He was living with another woman; they broke up, now he’s back at my grandmother’s, working his ass on his company. I’m proud of him. He’s freeing himself from his chains (work, marriage, bitches).

    The only advice I give him is get fucking laid. Lol

    And think for yourself first. Which he now does.

    1. By the way, it was very important for me, as a man, to settle on his side. But not easy to pass over my mother bitching about him. Really not. The red pill helped my see things more clearly.

  5. My advice?

    PASSPORT + exPAT+address to send $ to+give us a goodbye hug

    Dad… find someone over seas ASA-fucking-P because mom is very likely to find a ‘nice and fuck him a month before introducing us, which would probably be a week after the divorce is finalized, as a romantic and that she really loves this man.

    I would suggest that because I rather see dad alive then stressed and an early death and I wanna see if he has any game (plus a place to crash for foreign game practice).

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